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Today’s News

The Explainer: Islamic State has been defeated in Syria. What happens if members return to Ireland?

Experts have said there needs to be a focus on ensuring more people in Ireland do not become radicalised.

From The42 Croke Park triple-header next Sunday for football, hurling and camogie league finals Croker Calling

Croke Park triple-header next Sunday for football, hurling and camogie league finals

The Division 1 deciders in the three codes will all take place at the stadium.

'This is what it's all about': The communion wear pop-up shop demonstrating community spirit Ballymun This post contains videos

'This is what it's all about': The communion wear pop-up shop demonstrating community spirit

The pop-up shop is based out of the Ballymun Child and Family Resource Centre and has been helping take the financial stress out of communion season.

Mueller probe does not find that the Trump campaign conspired with Russia on 2016 presidential election

The US Attorney General outlined the findings from Mueller’s report in a letter to elected officials this evening.

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Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

German billionaire family to donate €10 million after discovering Nazi past

With wealth estimated at €33 billion, the Reimann family is believed to be Germany’s second richest.

From The42 Norwich teenager grabs brace as Ireland get Stephen Kenny's reign off to a winning start Report This post contains videos

Norwich teenager grabs brace as Ireland get Stephen Kenny's reign off to a winning start

Adam Idah impressed as the Boys in Green were too good for Luxembourg in Tallaght.

Varadkar says Ireland rejoining Commonwealth is 'not something that's on the agenda'

His comments come after the DUP’s Jeffrey Donaldson said Ireland should join the Commonwealth.

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'You have to keep positive about everything': The week in quotes

Here’s what was said and who said what this week.

Motorist arrested for driving 'erratically' and testing positive for cocaine and cannabis

Gardaí said the driver was an unaccompanied learner with no insurance or NCT.

Have you seen Besart? Gardaí appeal for information on missing 16-year-old

Besart Vladi was last seen at Bray Dart Station at 2pm yesterday.

Cruise ship reaches Norway port after engine problems prompted evacuation

The ship sent an SOS message due to “engine problems in bad weather” yesterday.

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The Explainer: What can the Irish government do about returning Islamic State members?

In the latest episode of our weekly podcast, we look at the case of Irish woman Lisa Smith and what the government can do about returning Islamic State members.

Barbra Streisand 'profoundly sorry' for comments about Michael Jackson's accusers

Allegations about the late singer have surfaced in the documentary Leaving Neverland.

Flyers distributed to plane spotters as Dublin Airport seeks to prevent drone incidents

Flights were temporarily suspended at Dublin Airport 21 February due to a drone sighting.

Theresa May holds crisis talks amid reports she's facing a 'cabinet coup'

May has said a third vote on her Brexit deal may not happen next week.

From The42 FAI confirm John Delaney to take substantial reduction in salary with new role Pay Packet

FAI confirm John Delaney to take substantial reduction in salary with new role

The now former CEO will also be in attendance at an Oireachtas committee next month.

National remembrance service to be held in New Zealand for mosque attack victims

50 people were killed and dozens more injured in the mass shooting at two mosques last week.

3fe coffee guru Colin Harmon is writing book number two after opening cafe number five

The entrepreneur is also dreaming of rolling out a coffee shop overseas someday.

From The42 As it happened: Galway v Waterford, Limerick v Dublin - Allianz Hurling League semi-finals Updates

As it happened: Galway v Waterford, Limerick v Dublin - Allianz Hurling League semi-finals

This year’s finalists are set to be determined with this afternoon’s double header at Nowlan Park.

Wealth of Ireland's super rich rises in the latest Sunday Times Rich List

The minimum wealth needed to qualify for this year’s 300 richest people in Ireland is €57 million.

From The42 ‘Troy has that bit of streetwise-ness about him’: Parrott's mentality key to young Tottenham star's rise Rising Star

‘Troy has that bit of streetwise-ness about him’: Parrott's mentality key to young Tottenham star's rise

Colin O’Brien reflects on the rapid progression of Ireland U16 Player of the Year Troy Parrott.

Man shot in both legs in 'paramilitary style' attack in west Belfast

The man was shot in the Ardmonagh Parade area last night.

The year the Archbishop refused to bless the NYC parade due to growing 'IRA influence'

The year the Archbishop refused to bless the NYC parade due to growing 'IRA influence'

Retired journalist Éanna Brophy recalls a tense wait at the Cathedral doors as the choice of grand marshall prompted controversy.

Investigation after thieves use digger to steal ATM from Fermanagh filling station

There have been a number of similar thefts in recent months.

From The42 A one-time world champion Irish prodigy's descent into hell and back Walking Tall

A one-time world champion Irish prodigy's descent into hell and back

Irish racewalker Kate Veale reflects on a difficult few years.

Poll: Should Theresa May be forced to step down as PM? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Theresa May be forced to step down as PM?

British media has reported on a ‘cabinet coup’ which aims to force May to resign.

This video game training device is helping stroke survivors regain arm movement

Most of the 32 study participants experienced increased arm mobility and reduced arm stiffness after using the game.

Any tax loopholes used by vulture funds won't be closed down until the autumn, says Taoiseach

Last year, the Taoiseach vowed to close a loophole which allowed a €1.3 billion mortgage ‘vehicle’ from paying tax.

Sitdown Sunday: What happened to missing Claudia Lawrence?

Settle back in a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Here’s all the news you need to know as you start your day.

The Irish for: Irish is the first language of the constitution. Here's some legal terminology as Gaeilge

Bannaí means bail and is not to be confused with banaí which means a womaniser, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

Six drug deals and a fistfight at a Dublin shopping centre: One hour at a crack cocaine hotspot Exclusive

There have been reports of open dealing of the drug in other areas of the city and in some suburbs.

From The42 'People will say it can't compare to Arsenal, but I'm extremely proud of what I have here' Interview

'People will say it can't compare to Arsenal, but I'm extremely proud of what I have here'

Kerry native Sean Kelly reflects on his rollercoaster journey, which included a two-year spell in England.

The planned new Harcourt Street 'superpub' that fought Dublin council and won is battling city planners again

Gambetta Limited had previously won approval for a bar development on Harcourt Street.

From The42 'It was a rough time: you've got a baby on the way, no new contract - what are you going to do?' Different Path

'It was a rough time: you've got a baby on the way, no new contract - what are you going to do?'

Michael Allen decided to retire from rugby at 26, and he’s delighted he did.

Opinion: How you see the Irish economy depends on if you're a glass half-full or half-empty kind of person

In many ways, the Irish economy looks to be in ‘Goldilocks’ territory: not too cold, but still not too hot, writes Victor Duggan.

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